Below is a list of the artists who have recently exhibited in our downstairs gallery. In the shop we also carry many unframed original artworks and prints by these artists and others. If you would like to receive notification of forthcoming exhibitions, please
Current (or most recent) exhibition

Kirstin Handley


May 2016

Kirstin Handley’s delicate mixed media paintings speak from the heart, inspired by her love of the English countryside and encouraged by music. She exhibits regularly in and around London, and has sold her work worldwide.

Lucy Giles


30 March 2016 - 1 May 2016

Lucy studied fine art drawing and painting at Glasgow school of Art 1994-1998. She has exhibited regularly, and was accepted and hung at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2012.

Working from sketches drawn on location, Lucy builds compositions using shapes, lines and colour.

Edori Fertig
Greg Becker

Narrative Spaces

11 February 2016 - 15 March 2016

Greg Becker studied illustration at the Royal College of Art before working extensively as a freelance illustrator for many leading publishing houses. He now works mainly as an artist, producing intimate and atmospheric paintings inspired by his local environment.

Edori Fertig is a local artist and maker who has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad. Her theme for the Narrative Spaces exhibition, features redrawn found photographs collaged into complex layered drawings and paintings of her Dulwich garden and studio.

Lydia Gardner
Michelle House

Paintings, Textile Works and Prints

11 December 2015 - 31 January 2016

Lydia is a painter whose current collection of abstract works evoke the colours and atmosphere she has captured on her travels in Spain. The Jane Newbery collection features unseen work, following an artist career of 15 years.

Michelle is an established printed textile artist and designer, who works from her studio in South London. Her unique abstract style is easily recognisable, with darting black lines that wind and weave their way across the surface of colour-drenched fabrics.

Jodie Glen-Martin

City Pigeon

2 November 2015 - 6 December 2015

Jodie Glen-Martin graduated with honours from De Montfort University in conservation and restoration in 1995.

Working from her West London studio, Jodie focuses on familiar objects, capturing elements of their two dimensional form and experimenting with scale and repetition to create energetic discordant patterns.

Lucy du Sautoy


23 September 2015 - 31 October 2015

With a degree in Art History, Lucy has more recently received a Fine Art Diploma at The Art Academy, London. She exhibited this year in The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

‘My intention is for my paintings to trigger a daydream in the viewer. I paint subjects engaging the familiar and commonplace - to create a sense of recognition and that can allow the viewer to overlay the painting with their own mental imagery.’

Halfmoon Printmakers

Summer Exhibition

21 July 2015 - 18 September 2015

Half Moon Printmakers is a purpose built printmaking studio, situated in an old bakery in West Dulwich, South London where a wide range of fine art prints are produced.

This exhibition features prints from Karen Keogh, Sonia Rollo and Susie Perring.

Victoria Rachel Brook


11 June 2015 - 18 July 2015

Victoria graduated from Reading University in 2008 with a 1st class degree in fine art.

Her work is predominantly inspired by a passion for children's literature and the paintings aim to reveal only a glimpse of a story, letting the viewer imagine their own wider narrative.

Philip Maltman

Opulent Curves

28 April 2015 - 5 June 2015

I extend my experience of the world by making art. This invariably results in chaos, sometimes in an acceptable order, which can be called a painting, and is about mark making, drawn, painted, scratched, gouged, flooded, scrubbed, stuck, dried or dusted.

Max A Rush

The Dulwich Seasons

19 March 2015 - 26 April 2015

Max has photographed some of south London’s most beautiful and interesting parks, gardens and nature reserves and exploring their changing characters through the seasons.

His work has appeared in Homes and Gardens magazine and at the Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition at the National Theatre and the International Garden Photographer of the Year awards.

Helen Ballardie

Blind Man’s Buff

3 February 2015 - 14 March 2015

Since gaining a First Class Honours Degree in 1991, Helen has exhibited throughout the UK and abroad.

Last year she exhibited in The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and also received 1st Prize in The Dulwich Picture Gallery Open Exhibition.

Paul Benjamins


11 December 2014 - 31 January 2015

Paul Benjamins is London born and trained at Camberwell School of Art and The Royal College of Art.

He has exhibited widely in solo and group shows throughout England, France and further afield.

Lesley O’Mara


28 October 2014 - 6 December 2014

Lesley O’Mara is a graduate of Central St Martins and has exhibited at various London galleries including Bankside and The Mall.

Frances Beck


18 September 2014 - 25 October 2014

Frances Beck was born in Ayrshire and trained at Glasgow School of Art. She moved to London where she formed a partnership with Ernest Blyth as designer goldsmiths, exhibiting widely and twice winning the prestigious De Beers Diamonds International Award.

After Ernest’s untimely death Frances returned to painting and learned the art of printmaking under the tutelage of the late Dorothea Wight.

Anna Dickerson


21 July 2014 - 13 September 2014

Anna Dickerson graduated from Glasgow School of Art and Rhode Island School of Design in 1995.

‘Garden Residents’ is Anna Dickerson’s second solo exhibition at the Jane Newbery Gallery. Anna’s incisive Bird paintings and drawings have an enduring presence, distilling a passage of time into images at once bold and delicate.

Torie Wilkinson


12 June 2014 - 17 July 2014

Torie Wilkinson qualified with a BA from The Ruskin School in Oxford.

She has exhibited extensively in London and this is her fourth show at Jane Newbery.

Arabella Lee


8 May 2014 - 6 June 2014

Arabella qualified in 2002 with an M.A. in Fine Art from Central St Martins College of Art and Design.

She lives and works in London.

Greg Becker


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20 March 2014 - 30 April 2014

Greg Becker's new paintings are mostly inspired by his daily walks around the Dulwich area were he has lived and worked as a professional artist and illustrator for many years.

The exhibition features scenes from Dulwich and Peckham Rye parks as well as memories of visits to Wales and the south coast, possibly triggered by the sight of Local seagulls.

Also showing are still life paintings of winter flowers & autumn fruits.

Grace Aza-Selinger


10 March 2014 - 17 March 2014

Local artist, Grace Aza-Selinger, has created a series of portraits with a focus on Dulwich residents. The idea behind the project is to capture the diverse range of people living here and the unique factors which give Dulwich its village mentality.

Since graduating from University College Falmouth with a diploma in Fine Art, Grace has had four solo shows in central London as well as collaborated on seven group shows. She is currently working from her studio in Bermondsey, South London.

Teresa McGrath and Joss Taylor


23 January 2014 - 7 March 2014

This mother and son show deals with the influence of each other’s work and the overlapping of ideas through the use of photography and painting.

Teresa studied at Sheffield College of Art, Manchester College of Art and the Royal College of Art.

Joss studied at Kensington and Chelsea College of Art and is in his final year at Kingston College of Art.

Julie Cummins


1 November 2013 - 8 January 2014

Julie’s paintings originate in both the experienced and the wished-for, passing thoughts and passing dreams. Through colour, tone and shape they hope to distil fragments of individual, personal memories and emotions to allow momentary contemplation of something more universally familiar, more felt than learned.

Liz Charsley-Jory


12 September 2013 - 21 October 2013

Born in Canada, Liz studied Fine Art and Theatre at the University of Victoria before moving to London to pursue a career as a theatrical propmaker. Liz worked on west end shows for 20 years before deciding to re-engage with her art practice, completing an MA in Drawing at Camberwell in 2008. Liz has exhibited in numerous group and solo shows in London, and has work in private collections in the UK and Canada.

The work in VERGES explores Liz's interest in landscape, from a ground level perspective.

Kate Newington


4 July 2013 - 30 August 2013

I make commissioned portraits, still lifes, and more abstract pieces, using a variety of materials.

If there is any kind of philosophy behind what I do, it is the appeal of the idea that something as formal and prescribed as a portrait or a still life can be rendered with random pieces of printed paper.

Joel Cable


16 May 2013 - 28 June 2013

Joel Cable has exhibited in the United States and London. His work has been commissioned by many private and commercial clients including Liberty of London and has featured in various US and UK publications such as Stylist magazine and The Sunday Times.

Joel is a West Dulwich local and works from his studio in Deptford.

Mary Garner


22 March 2013 - 10 May 2013

Born in London in 1985, Mary trained at Wimbledon College of Art, Kensington & Chelsea College and gained a 1st Class Degree at Edinburgh College of Art.

These works are associated with place and space and are fuelled by the artist’s preoccupation with maps, science and astronomy. Research by the artist into early cartography and recent lunar landscape imagery shows the scope of sources used.

Anna Dickerson


7th February - 15th March 2013

Anna Dickerson graduated from Glasgow School of Art and Rhode Island School of Design in 1995.

Following her residency at London Zoo she embarked upon a new series of Wildfowl, working in acrylic and oil paint.

Wild Residents shows some of these bold paintings.

David Taylor


13th December - 31st January 2013

Taylor studied architecture and design at the London Design School.

His career led him to travel extensively, visiting many countries and diverse landsacpes accross the world.

This experience had a powerful effect on him and initally inspired him to begin painting.

Ruth Stage


New English Art Club

6th November - 8th December 2012


Frances Lee



13th September - 28th October 2012


Torie Wilkinson


21st June 2012 - 23rd July 2012

This time my work is largely focussed around two sites, the Heygate in Elephant and Castle and the Folkestone Harbour train station (Folkestone being my home town).

Both sites are unused at present and waiting for something to happen.

Patrick Mills


10 May 2012 -



Jennifer Jokhoo


19 March 2012 - 28 April 2012

I paint in acrylic, oil and watercolour, my work dividing roughly into three kinds: a representational but personal view of landscape, zinc plate etchings which depict figures in rural landscape and more recently linocut prints with more of a London flavour!


Daisy Clarke


1 February 2012 - 2 March 2012

The continuing focus of Daisy's work is an exploration of half-grasped dreamworlds, to create mysterious and compelling images, rich in suggestion.

An atmosphere at once serene and unsettling is conjured here, a melancholic place inhabited by fragile and enigmatic figures, human and animal.

Anna Jacobs


7 December 2011 - 21 January 2012

I am a painter working in mixed media. My paintings are organised into collections, which each follow a thread of exploration.

I often return to a thread as other ideas or thoughts emerge, so each collection continues to grow.

Sheila Anderson Hardy


4 November 2011 - 29 November 2011

A graduate of Glasgow School of Art, I have lived and worked in South East London for over 25 years.

My output includes textile designs, botanical and general illustration for a variety of publications.

I now concentrate on drawings and paintings inspired by my domestic surroundings and the rich diversity of the natural and built environment.

Irene Currie


30 September 2011 - 30 October 2011

My paintings are influenced by light and colour and I am particularly interested in the work of the 1950’s abstract expressionists.

A starting point might be a photograph or view but the visual equivalent is influenced by memory, recording fragments and glimpses of the world in the language of paint.

Torie Wilkinson


15 July 2011 - 23 September 2011

Torie's recent work focuses on the urban landscape and London in particular, looking to capture how we live in and relate to the seemingly impersonal city.

Recent shows include The Threadneedle Prize, 2009. “Rival to the Turner Prize … full of constant surprises.” BBC Radio 4, Front Row.

Richard Elliott



10 June 2011 - 9 July 2011


Bella Easton


6 May 2011 - 4 June 2011

This exhibition captures a moment of flux, giving a vivid insight into the dynamic processes used by Bella Easton as she moves between larger artistic projects.

Concrete Moss consists of studies and drawings in which Easton pulls apart, reconsiders and reforms previous pieces, in her journey towards new work.

Terry Ryan



19 April 2010 - 30 May 2010

Terry Ryan's diverse practice encompasses installation, painting, drawing, collage, stained-glass and sculpture.

Currently he is using maps from his 1,066-strong collection of admiralty charts to make individual works, while at the same time working on a major 106-map floor installation of the coastline of Australia.

Dawn Harverson


4 March 2011 - 1 April 2011

I have always had a strong affinity with animals, especially horses.

The horse has always been a striking force of nature for me.

My most recent work tries to capture various aspects of this animal. In this work I am attempting to use the sparse poetry of design and purity of colour.

David Taylor


20 January 2011 - 25 February 2011

Taylor studied architecture and design at the London Design School.

His career led him to travel extensively, visiting many countries and diverse landsacpes accross the world.

This experience had a powerful effect on him and initally inspired him to begin painting.

Sue Rowling


7 December 2010 - 7 January 2011

Having trained as a textile designer I have developed a method of working which enables me to work in a free spontaneous way.

Using a blank silk screen and painting through the mesh I print the first level of a picture.

This is always too flat so I will then build up the imagery by overprinting, drawing into, scraping away or simply painting over.

Laura Moreton-Griffiths

5 November 2010 -

Developed from a sense of loss and yearning, much of Laura’s work explores how our sentiments towards the countryside, are shaped by our art and culture.

For this reason, her research looks at the traditions of landscape painting. Laura is interested in the genre’s lowly status, out-datedness and sometimes dismissal.

Caroline Jane Harris


10 September 2010 - 29 October 2010

Caroline Jane Harris explores dynamic patterns embodied in all things living and man-made, ciphers formed through geometric shapes and organic growth.

Formations in trees, bronchi of a lung, river networks, lightning and neural activity all demonstrate fractal characteristics (shapes which recur over many scales of magnification).

Torie Wilkinson


11th June 2010 - 30th July 2010

Torie's recent work focuses on the urban landscape and London in particular, looking to capture how we live in and relate to the seemingly impersonal city.

Recent shows include The Threadneedle Prize, 2009. “Rival to the Turner Prize … full of constant surprises.” BBC Radio 4, Front Row.

Mary Garner


19 April 2010 - 30 May 2010

Born in London in 1985, Mary trained at Wimbledon College of Art, Kensington & Chelsea College and gained a 1st Class Degree at Edinburgh College of Art.

She was recently awarded the Royal Scottish Academy’s Kinross Scholarship to study in Florence. Mary currently splits her time between London and Edinburgh.